Arvizio Showcases AR Instructor with Qualcomm Snapdragon Spaces and Lenovo ThinkReality A3 Smart Glasses
Arvizio, a leader in augmented and mixed reality for the enterprise, today announced they are showcasing their cross-platform AR Instructor solution leveraging Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces technology and Lenovo ThinkReality A3 smart glasses powered by a Motorola 5G smartphone.
AR Instructor offers no-code, augmented reality instruction overlaid in the user’s field of view. Each visual step can include video clips, images, 3D models, AR annotations and extensive library of symbols. In addition, operators can seamlessly connect with remote experts or instructor with live see-what-I-see video and interactive mark-ups for additional guidance or work validation.
Enterprises are seeking to transform their industries and streamline processes through immersive technologies. AR-assisted field service, maintenance, manufacturing, and training represent the future of front-line work and are quickly becoming part of their global strategy. In addition, the increasing availability of 5G services, opens new possibilities for AR adoption in the enterprise.
“Cross-platform solutions are critical to the adoption of AR in the enterprise and allow our customers to work with standalone headsets, phones, tablets and AR smart glasses powered by mobile phones,” said Jonathan Reeves, Arvizio’s Chairman. “The AR Instructor solution exemplifies the extensibility of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces and feature-rich OS for augmented reality applications. We’re excited to work with Qualcomm as we focus our combined synergies with industry-leading AR solutions.”
Arvizio and Qualcomm will be featuring AR Instructor solutions at the Augmented Enterprise Summit (AES 2022) in San Diego, on October 18 -20, at the Qualcomm booth #203.
Arvizio previously announced they have been selected by Qualcomm to develop and accelerate innovative augmented reality (AR) applications as part of the Snapdragon Pathfinder Program. Qualcomm has provided early access to their Snapdragon Spaces technology and development kits as well as project funding and co-marketing.